St. Patrick's Day Ludacris Tickets are On Sale Today!

We're bringing Ludacris to this year's St. Patrick's Day proceedings. Now, Ludacris is one of those people whose personality has loomed so large as to occasionally obscure his actual music, so by way of reminding you what it actually means to go to a Ludacris show, allow us to list the first four songs he played at his last full concert: "Number One Spot," "Act a Fool," "Southern Hospitality" and "Area Codes." Enjoy having that stuck in your head for the rest of the day.

Presale tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly. They're $15 today and $20 later, and last year's installment sold out. In order to get the code, you had to sign up for the Observer music newsletter, which you can still do here if you like.

BUT! That letter has already gone out. There is another way, however. I have another presale code you can use right now -- it's Ludacris' DJ name when he got his start in Atlanta, all capital letters, no spaces.

And here are the details, in case you're the planning type:

Dallas Observer and House of Blues Entertainment Present: St Patrick's Day Concert Featuring Ludacris Saturday, March 15 Energy Square Parking Lot (Corner of Greenville Avenue & University Boulevard) Tickets: $15 in advance or $20 day of show. Presale code via newsletter signup. Gates at Noon 21+ Only Rain or Shine

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